NYC EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HIGHLIGHTS LANGUAGE ACCESS PROGRAM DURING IMMIGRANT HERITAGE MONTH
June is Immigrant Heritage Month
June 18, 2019 -- Every June government municipalities, organizations, and communities nationwide recognize the diversity and contributions of the immigrant community during Immigrant Heritage Month.
As some of you may be aware, tomorrow the MTA will begin the first phase of their much larger project to phase out the MetroCard and replace it with an updated payment system called OMNY (standing for One Metropolitan New York). Before you fret, don’t worry, the MetroCard will not be officially phased out of existence until 2023. However, some changes will be coming up (you may have seen the new fare card readers on some subway turnstiles around the City), so below is a short summary of the program in case you have any questions.
Census 2020 Positions
Eligibility: Must Reside in one of the following counties: Bronx, New York, Queens, or Richmond
Application Deadline: 11:59p.m. Friday, June 28th
For applicants to preview the questions, they must click on the “How Apply” link on the right side of the job announcement and scroll to the bottom and click on the "click here" link.
Housing Justice for All - Homes for All Report
In accordance with Local Law 142 of 2013, the NYC Department of Sanitation determined that dirty, post-consumer, single-service foam food and beverage containers cannot be recycled in a manner that is economically feasible, environmentally effective, and safe for employees as part of the City’s curbside recycling program.
New Yorkers always have a tremendous desire to provide help for those in need. Making a financial contribution is the best way of helping people in need after a disaster! Cash can be used immediately in response to a crisis, and allows state and local Emergency Management Departments to purchase exactly what is needed, when it's needed.
At a June 6th, 2018 meeting, representatives from The NYC Department of Design and Construction presented a Schematic Design for the East 92nd Street Marine Transfer Station (MTS) Ramp over the FDR Drive to the Transportation Committee and Environment and Sanitation Committee.